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Harmony to open Valencia Terrace office

Harmony Homes is working on the finishing touches on a new sales office and model home at Valencia Terrace as it prepares to open its 16th neighborhood in the Las Vegas Valley.

Presales of the new Valencia Terrace neighborhood’s two-story homes are under way at the builder’s nearby Las Rosas neighborhood.

According to sales agent Jaime Torres, buyer interest is anticipated to grow further after the onsite sales office opens in a few weeks at the 41-home neighborhood, located near the intersection of Bonanza and Pecos roads in the eastern valley.

“Valencia Terrace is a great community offering a convenient central location that is close to everything that you may want or need,” Torres said. “It is located right behind the public Desert Pines Golf Club and Desert Pines High School is next to the neighborhood. Our central location allows you enjoy convenience to shopping, parks and entertainment with (U.S. Highways 95-93-Interstate 515) only a few minutes from the community.

“Our two-story homes offer up to six bedrooms to meet the needs of large families as well as the opportunity for a nice size backyard,” Torres said.

Three home designs are available.

Priced from $125,990, the 2,107-square-foot Residence One features a great room, three bedrooms, 2½ baths and two-car garage. An optional fourth bedroom or master retreat may be chosen in lieu of a loft.

Residence Two features a great room, four bedrooms, 2½ baths, loft; two-car garage and options for a super loft, fifth bedroom or master retreat. The 2,201-square-foot design is priced from $131,990.

Measuring 2,287 square feet and priced from $136,990, Residence Three includes four bedrooms, 2½ baths, separate living and family rooms, a loft and two-car garage. Design options include fifth or sixth bedrooms, a third full-bath or master retreat.

Torres said that homes may be ready for move-in within 60 days of contract.

Additionally, qualified buyers may take advantage of the builder’s limited time incentives, including 2 percent toward closing costs with use of one of the builder’s preferred lenders.

To obtain information about Valencia Terrace during presales, visit the Las Rosas sales office at 1789 Molly Meadows St., near the intersection of Pecos and Lake Mead Boulevard. To visit, travel east on Lake Mead and pass Pecos. Turn right on Walnut Road and then right on Tonopah Street and follow the signs. The sales office is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Monday, when it opens at noon.

Harmony Homes offers 15 neighborhoods located throughout the valley, with single- and two-story homes ranging from 1,306 to 4,265 square feet and priced from the $90,000s.

All new homes come with Harmony Homes’ warranty that covers all components for two years and the home’s structure for 10 years.

For additional information, visit HarmonyHomes.com.

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